Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Poetry

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For this week’s reading log, the Lil’ Diva had to come up with a narrative poem using certain literary devices–alliteration, assonance, consonance, personification, and simile. It is based upon a scene from the opening chapter of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix where Harry seeks out Dudley, and Dementors show up. Here is what we came up with together. Let me know what you think.

Sweltering, sticky summer day,
Taunting Dudley makes fun play.
Ickle Diddykins, popkins too,
Dinky Diddydums, to name a few.
Face like a pig, lumbering dude,
Always seems to give me ‘tude.

Whipped out my wand, I’d show him,
My anger bubbling beneath the brim.
Darkness raced in, blackened the sky,
Suddenly, all my happy thoughts died.
Dementors surround us on every side,
Dudley’s afraid, and so am I.

Kiss worse than death, memory gone,
Dreadful thoughts their touch do spawn.
Can’t use magic. What to do.
Spell’s not working, we are screwed.
Slimy hands gripping Dudley’s wrists,
Silver stag, he did persist.

Dementors gone. Magic saved the day.
Whimpering Dudley had nothing to say.
Life and death. This is no game.
Dudley’s looking pretty lame.
Problem is I’ll be expelled.
Gee, my life is really hell.

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